LG plans to unveil a wearable speaker and wireless headphones at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas, called the Tone Studio and Tone Free. Tone Studio is a wireless speaker “capable of delivering 3D surround sound” from the neck. It has four speakers, two full range on the top and two for […]
While wearable tech has been thrown a few curve balls over the last 12 months, leading to ultimately a consolidation in wearables (think Fitbit’s purchase of Pebble Watch) and a decline in the sale of wearable devices, one subset that continues to advance significantly is hearable tech. From wearable in-ear language translators to Sgnal’s fingertip phone calls […]
It seems that every day a new IoT device or means to connect existing devices is revealed. With so much energy in being devoted to tell us how, when, where, what we can connect to each other, the “why” may be getting a little blurry. So we want to take a step back every now and […]
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It takes 40 years of user experience wizardry to build a museum app this amazing.
2012 was been a very good year for SoundCloud. What’s behind the social music and audio-hosting platform’s massive uptick in user activity?
After months of testing in private beta, the next iteration of the SoundCloud Web app has been relaunched. The result is a stickier, more social experience that bolsters SoundCloud’s position as the YouTube of audio.
Web-based simulations of the BBC’s early sound-effects machines are now available online – and they were all built with open Web standards, not Flash.
A few promising content-shifting initiatives take stabs at creating an “Instapaper For Audio” function to save sound clips for later listening. But none of them get everything right.